Closed and closing soon: 9 Vancouver restaurants to say goodbye to

Jul 28 2021, 9:00 am

Something we don’t love? Vancouver restaurant closures. The restaurant industry in Vancouver can be fickle, and – once again – the city’s dining scene has suffered some casualties.

Here is your update on restaurants in and around Vancouver that have recently shuttered or will do so imminently.

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Terroir Kitchen

A West Vancouver restaurant known for its tapas-style sharing plates has permanently closed. Terroir Kitchen took to Instagram on July 23 to announce that it will be serving its “last supper” that weekend.

Heirloom Ambleside

A popular purveyor of plant-based eats closed its doors this month, although it says it didn’t choose to shut down. Heirloom Ambleside ceased its operations on July 9, 2021. The 1390 Marine Drive West Vancouver restaurant opened in June 2018.

TWG Tea — Vancouver (reopening at a new location)

 

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It looks like much-loved local pub The Irish Heather isn’t the only one making some moves in this city — TWG Tea Vancouver has officially closed its West Georgia Street location and has announced plans to reopen at a new address this fall.

WildTale Yaletown

 

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In case you missed it, Yaletown is down a seafood restaurant. WildTale quietly closed its doors earlier this year. The 1079 Mainland Street eatery was known for serving up fresh, West Coast seafood in a sleek and relaxed room.

Mak N Ming

 

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One of Vancouver’s much-loved upscale restaurants has officially shuttered. Mak N Ming has closed its doors. The owners of the Kitsilano eatery made the announcement earlier this month, saying that they’d be focusing on “bigger opportunities” and that they hope to share details soon.

Scandilicious

 

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This popular local breakfast joint had been dishing out its signature sweet and savoury Scandinavian-inspired waffles for nearly a decade before closing. In their announcement, owners said it had been “an absolutely incredible ride for nearly a decade” and thanked their staff and customers for their support over the years.

Boston Pizza — Theatre District

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A prominent Boston Pizza in downtown Vancouver has officially closed its doors. The Theatre District location of the Canadian chain has permanently shut down after over six years of operation.

DD Mau Yaletown

 

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The fast-casual destination for Vietnamese eats told Dished Vancouver it would be offering its very last service on Saturday, July 17. This 1239 Pacific Boulevard outpost was the brand’s original one. It opened nine years ago in 2012.

Tim Hortons — 998 Granville Street

Tim Hortons Granville Street

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Downtown Vancouver said goodbye to another prominent restaurant chain location: Tim Hortons at 998 Granville Street has closed its doors for good.

Looking for a new place to dine? Be sure to check out these 62 new Vancouver restaurants.

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